Agriculture is a pillar of Africa’s economy with more than 60 % of the population of sub-Saharan Africa being smallholder farmers,
The evidence for the climate crisis in Uganda and rest of Africa is clear. Changes in weather patterns have increased variability and unpredictability of rainfall directly affecting the productivity of crops and livestock
Africa hosts 17 percent of the world’s forests and 31 percent of woodlands across. These landscapes deliver numerous products and services, including food, fuel, shelter and freshwater,
Human population growth and the pressures that our actions place on ecosystems and natural resources, is one of the primary drivers of biodiversity loss and climate change
Natural resource governance refers to the norms, institutions and processes that determine how power and responsibilities over natural resources are exercised, how decisions are taken and how people
Regenerate Africa has been associated with ExpandNet since 2010 and an active member in helping to advance
Climate change, biodiversity loss and degradation of ecosystems are all linked, and pose devastating consequences to our economic and social stability, health and well-being.